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Materials in Nuclear Energy Systems (MiNES 2023)
December 10–14, 2023
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Scot Greenlee is currently the Senior Vice President, Engineering and Technical Services in Exelon Nuclear Generation. He is responsible for governance and oversight of engineering functions at the twenty-one Exelon nuclear plants. He is also responsible for engineering programs, centralized design engineering, nuclear fuel procurement, fuel processing and fabrication, reactor core designs and probabilistic risk assessment for the fleet. Scot’s career spans over 34 years in the commercial nuclear industry and Navy nuclear programs. Scot joined Exelon in 2007 as a Corporate Engineering Director. He was subsequently assigned as the Byron Site Engineering Director before being promoted to the position of Vice President of Engineering and then Senior Vice President, Engineering and Technical Services.
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